Blogs

22 Nov 2022

Team Member Spotlight Female Leadership and Ageism in the Workplace A conversation with Laurie Bell Bishop According to an AARP survey conducted this past June, research found that 63% of women aged 50+ felt discriminated against in the workplace because of their age.  81% of these women also shared that they felt pressured to act and look a certain way when in the office. The fin...
26 Oct 2022

We’re so excited to announce the launch of Vernā’s original podcast, Sundays With Vernā! Adapted from her highly popular online talk show, created after the killing of George Floyd and the 2020 racial awakening, the Sundays With Vernā podcast brings together the brightest minds in science, art, culture, and politics to cover topics from food justice to voting rights and mindfulness at...
26 Sep 2022

With the summer season well behind us, many employees are finding themselves coming into the office more frequently. Especially since the pandemic began in March 2020. In fact, according to a recent Workhuman study, “48.8% of workers are headed back to the office full-time.”  The change in routine and number of  hours being clocked in the office has everyone hyper-focused on how their...
12 Aug 2022

Did you know that July was Disability Pride Month? Chances are that last month passed by with little to no mention in your news or social feeds. Created in 1990 to celebrate the passing of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), a law that prohibits the discrimination of disabled people in the U.S., Disability Pride Month is a July month-long holiday in the United States with limited ...
03 Jun 2022

As we inch closer to the official start of summer, we’ve all been thinking a lot about this adored season in America. A time traditionally reserved for BBQs, poolside cocktails and afternoons on the beach (don’t forget your TVMC Koozie® Backpack Cooler Chair!), summers are no doubt a favorite time to reconnect with family and friends. It’s also a time when we celebrate and reflect back o...
13 Apr 2022

Equity is defined as freedom from bias or favoritism. This is freedom that should be awarded to everyone. Regardless of their background and/or inherent differences. But far too often, we as humans, cast wide assumptions fueled by stereotypes and biases. These assumptions create a misunderstanding of what is considered “normal” or “appropriate” or “comfortable" in today's society.  This ...